Since humans and horses first shared the same land, humans have pondered how to control horses.  Anyone working with a one or two thousand pound animal has an interest in understanding, prediction and control.  Many equestrians take lessons for years in an attempt to better control the horse, and we are knee-deep in books, clinics, DVDs, magazines and tips from others who own horses.  The interactions between humans and horses have not likely changed since these two species first met.  Domestication has produced horses that are less fearful and easier to handle, but a horse’s hopes and dreams, delights and concerns, are likely the very same as 10,000 years ago.  Horses did little to domesticate humans, who likely see them the same way as…